Split Thread From "This Sabbath Day May the Lord Be Praised"

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just_grace

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Split Thread From \"This Sabbath Day May the Lord Be Praised\"

The Lord's Day you mean!

The Sabbath was done away with in Christ.

Christians meet on Sunday to worship what God has done in bringing Christ back from the dead and so opening the Way for all who will believe.

Not to keep the Law.

Adamant.

David

[Edited on 9-4-2005 by joshua]
 

just_grace

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Originally posted by Joshua
No, I meant BOTH Sabbath and Lord's Day.

I moved this, so as not to detract from the Original thread.

I oppose the reference to Sunday being the Sabbath, your wrong.

And if you meant what you said why not say it.

Lets get circumcised in the flesh while we are at it.
 

just_grace

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Originally posted by joshua
Originally posted by just_grace
I oppose the reference to Sunday being the Sabbath, your wrong. And if you meant what you said why not say it. Lets get circumcised in the flesh while we are at it.

"And if you meant what you said why not say it."

I don't understand this. I did say it. It was inclusive within "No, I meant BOTH Sabbath and Lord's Day."

Why would we get circumsized in the flesh? Have we not been baptized?

Yes I have Josh.

You have to cut loose from this OT thing and live in the New.

Do you have the Spirit?

Stop calling Sunday the Sabbath, are you Gentile or Jew?
 
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